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Law student to run for the money

University of Richmond law student Jessica Smith gets a head start with a chance for a $2,500 prize in a Richmond footrace tomorrow. She was chosen at random to compete in the “Dash for the Cash” in tomorrow’s Ukrop’s Monument ...

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Legal trends to watch in 2010: Law firm technology (access required)

“Trendspotting” week concludes today with a look at legal technology, from where to next with social media to new devices that may lead lawyers to juggle several different devices at one time. THE PAPERLESS OFFICE. “Going green” is becoming more ...

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Protecting your data on the go (access required)

Portable electronic devices have changed the way lawyers do business. Laptops, flash drives, smart phones – these mobile gadgets provide the freedom to work on the go and the convenience of having 24/7 access to computer files. But just how ...

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Virginia’s Legal Tweeters (access required)

Building the Virginia Legal Community on Twitter The following is a list of Virginia lawyers, courts and legal organizations who are currently using Twitter. For those who haven’t been tuned in to all the recent buzz, Twitter is a micro-blogging ...

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Twitigation

With Twitter reaching the height of its popularity in 2009, it was only a matter of time before the first wave of litigation related to the popular social media platform hit the dockets. Call it twitigation. The most recent in ...

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YouTube offers a law firm marketing opportunity

You can’t get very far into the Internet without encountering a video clip from YouTube. Whether embedded into your favorite blogs and Web sites, included among your search engine results, posted on your friends’ and colleagues’ social media profiles or ...

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Exploring Google’s niche search engines

Google is well known as the go-to search engine for almost anything on the Web. But behind its simple interface lies a wealth of hidden gems: a picture sharing community, a blogging platform, an e-mail server, a brand new Internet ...

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VLW Web site features new content

On Aug. 6, Virginia Lawyers Weekly debuted its redesigned and revamped Web site at www.valawyersweekly.com. But version 2.0 is more than just a new look. While our previous content and overall functionality have remained intact, you’ll notice that we have ...

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